Eligible Red Deerians and Central Albertans can now throw their name into the hat for the coming 2021 Election for Mayor, City Councillor, or School Board Trustee positions.
January 2021 News Archive
As many Red Deerians begin taking down the Christmas decorations, those with live Christmas trees may be wondering where they can be disposed.
Have you ever had to dial 911? We certainly hope not, but if you have, you do not need us to tell you how frightening and potentially life-altering this situation can be.
Building permit applications increased in quantity and value in December. Total permit values in 2020 were higher than the previous year, rising from $118.9 million from January to December 2019 to $260.9 million during the same period in 2020.
Help is available for Red Deerians who are at risk of, or are experiencing homelessness for the first time.
Red Deer property owners can expect to receive their 2021 property assessment notices in the mail over the next few days.
City crews have completed Green Routes throughout the city and will begin additional traction control on Grey Routes today.
Red Deer Transit riders will see increased frequency and hours of service starting Wednesday, January 20.
Red Deer’s new Social Diversion Team is ready to respond to calls of individuals in distress as it officially launches this week.
The City of Red Deer is seeking visual artists to create vibrant, outdoor murals as part of a new arts and culture festival taking place in September.
On January 21, 2021 the provincial government acknowledged the current public health restrictions that have been in place since December 13, 2020 remain in effect.
Beginning Monday, February 1, the customer service hours at the downtown Red Deer RCMP detachment (4602 – 51 Ave) will change.
Red Deer drivers should expect delays at the intersection of Ross Street and 47 Avenue this weekend due to traffic signal infrastructure installation.
City crews have installed a new traffic signal at the intersection of 19 Street and Sharpe Avenue. As crews work to activate the signals and remove existing signage, temporary traffic disruptions may occur.
Today, 63 permanent part-time and full-time staff working in City recreation facilities were issued temporary work interruption notices as part of The City’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“On Wednesday, January 27, 2021, Councillor Buchanan responded to a citizen’s social media post related to public health orders and business openings.